During a recent meeting, a local councilor stated that a guy was enjoying the sun in his property in Windsor, southeast England when a passing jet dropped toilet waste on him and his garden equipment.
According to the minutes of the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead’s most recent aviation forum, the sad occurrence, in which a plane “discharged sewage,” occurred in July.
During the October 14 meeting, Karen Davies, ward councilor for Clewer East, claimed,”His whole garden was splattered in a very unpleasant way,” “He was out in his garden at the time,” the local lawmaker added, “and it was a truly horrific, horrible experience.”
Davies explained that the “whole garden, garden umbrellas, and him” were “covered” with crap. During the meeting, she said, “It’s really horrible.”
Every year, multiple incidences of “frozen sewage” are dumped along aircraft routes, according to Davies. Windsor is around 8 miles from London’s Heathrow Airport, which is in the flight path to the medieval town.
Locals in Portsmouth, in southern England, were left “terrified” after “frozen poo” dropped from the sky, according to The Sun in June.
Raw sewage, on the other hand, arriving in someone’s property is significantly more uncommon, according to Davies. Another councilor speculated that the warmer temperatures of the summer may have played a role.
Geoff Paxton, a parish councilor in Whitfield who has worked in the airline industry for four decades, said what happened was “very unusual” and something he hadn’t seen in a long time.
He went on to say that current plane toilets are vacuum-sealed and typically dependable because they rely on pressure suction to function, thus this tragic circumstance had to be the consequence of an aircraft breakdown or a failure to properly service it.
According to the Maidenhead Advertiser, the Windsor resident was unable to obtain insurance as a result of the trauma due to the low cost of the damage.